After reading Legaltech News for a while, one could come away with the impression that the law profession is in the midst of a revolution, with discovery, trial, practice management, and a host of other technologies entirely transforming how law is practiced. However, not all attorneys are jumping on board the legal tech hyperloop train. In fact, some don’t even have a handle on email.

“We’re really not seeing a lot of innovation in what we’re seeing in the courtroom yet. What we’re seeing is different ways of shuffling paper,” reported Hon. Pamela Meade Sargent, magistrate judge at the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia.

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